Andy Mcgill

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Being  winched onto  dangerously inaccessible rocks in the Atlantic Ocean is  an essential part of attempts to modernise maps for Ireland’s territorial seas, which cover an estimated 220 million marine acres (over 11 times the land mass of the island of Ireland). Photograph: Screengrab from Irish Air Corps video

When mulling over the job description of ordnance survey mapper, the thought of being dramatically winched onto rugged, windswept and dangerously inac(...)